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Proven PC and Server Power Management

1E were the pioneers of PC power management having developed the first commercial solution, NightWatchman®, over 8 years ago. Today, they continue to be the market leader. Their solution enables businesses both large and small to reduce their PC energy consumption without impacting productivity. In a Windows environment, regardless of IT maturity or existing management tools, their highly flexible solution is able to perfectly combine the needs of end-users, systems management, and the need to save money and keep costs down. Since NightWatchman was launched, 1E has saved their customers approximately USD 400 million in energy savings alone.

With its expertise in PC power management firmly established, 1E are now extending their solution set to the data center. By ensuring that energy and capacity is not being wasted by PCs and servers, a typical 5,000 seat organization could be saving up to USD 500,000 in energy, maintenance and hardware costs per year.

1E was founded in 1997 and has grown to become a global organization with major offices in New York and London. By providing leading-edge solutions that help organizations drive down their IT operational costs, 1E has earned trust and confidence of over 15 million licensed users across 1,100 businesses in 42 countries worldwide.

Sumir Karayi is the CEO and founder of 1E.
Recorded Aug 18 2009 37 mins
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